The Usability People are actively seeking participants in a remote usability studies of several EHR systems.
Qualified participants that complete the study will receive compensation up to a $100 Amazon gift card.
Other studies will be available soon.
Please complete the questionnaire in the URL below to see if you qualify:
CMS recently published a final rule that specifies the Stage 2 criteria that eligible professionals (EPs), eligible hospitals, and critical access hospitals (CAHs) must meet in order to continue to participate in the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Programs. This is going to create a large amount of new jobs. EHR vendors will be looking for Healthcare IT professionals with an understanding and experience with the meaningful use requirements.
We have had a number of requests for listings of more Healthcare IT jobs.
Please see our complete Job Board for a full listing of HCUX and Healthcare IT positions available across the USA.
Although we specialize in usability and user experience we are also customer driven, and are happy to provide the following list of the top 20 HCIT positions near you:
(Select "read more" to see the HCIT jobs in your area)
There has been a lot of chatter in the "twittersphere" about healthcare IT and Meaningful Use. We have noticed that there has also been a sharp increase in the number of Healthcare IT vendors that are seeking professionals with experience and knowledge of the current (and future) requirements for Meaningful Use funding.
The health information technology (HIT) provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) afford states and their Medicaid providers with a unique opportunity to leverage existing efforts to achieve the vision of interoperable information technology for health care.
Select Read More to see the top 20 Meaningful Use careers in your area
In researching best practices for recruiting and retaining top-qualified HIT candidates, Oregon Health Network turned to the Learning Based Apprentice Program at OCHIN (www.ochin.org). OCHIN, based in Portland, Oregon, is an organization that helps providers and practices across the country select, install, and effectively use health IT.
Beyond involvement in these types of trainings, here are the bigger picture best practices they gleaned from an apprenticeship program:
The Usability People work with you on improving the Usability of Healthcare IT.
For expert 2015 ONC Safety-enhanced Design (aka Usability) evaluation of your EHR: contact The Usability People
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